I don't feel like any should really. To go on Dragon's Den or Shark Tank with any hopes of doing well, you already need to be doing well so you can post some impressive numbers and have a company or brand that has value. Plus if you don't have product that really differentiates itself from the rest of the market, I feel like they wouldn't be interested. So if you cant do either of those, you usually end up walking out of there like a sorely disappointed fool. At least that's the vibe I always get.
And a tiny 'fun fact' I guess. We had Arlene Dickinson from Dragon's Den do a lecture at our school one time. She actually had the chance to invest in Burton when they were a start up; but declined. Aha, I mean, looking at where they are now today that seems like a huge mistake. Just the nature of the beast I guess.
"Well, if Rimjobber were to insert dildos up your bum for every terrible thread that you have made, he would have shoved up so many that they would start to come up your trachea. But as they got closer to coming out your mouth, Rimjobber would have ran out. But when he went to the dildo store, they would be fresh out of dildos and he would have to remove one though you mouth and re insert it in your bum to continue the punishment, thus resembling a stack-able pencil." - JakeSmith
Pretty much. The outsides are that good threaded material that doesn't get tangled really easily. Also the make a 6 foot one and a 1 foot one which can be really convenient. Also people like to be unique and stray from the white stock apple ones, and these are pretty much the only option as a replacement. And it's a lot harder to get your charger jacked when it is a different color. And (not necessarily as pertinent for the apple ones but for the other ones), it makes them stand out and you can differentiate between cables. It's going to be a lot easier to pull your USB cord out of that massive mess of cords if it is green or something and everything else is black, than if it was black too